News

  1. Why handwriting will survive

    Former Benedictine monk gives eight reasons why handwriting will survive technology

    Published on 17 April 2019

    "When I was 12 years old my handwriting was so bad I was moved back to junior school"

  2. Cameron Hunter

    Graduate Cameron on a roll at textiles firm

    Published on 16 April 2019

    “Cameron is now a valued member of the software development team"

  3. Adam McDade

    North East ink that’s proving a career breakthrough for art student

    Published on 15 April 2019

    “I’ve now got tattoos on my feet, ankles, legs, calves, thighs, chest, arms, hands and fingers"

  4. Game of Thrones season 8

    Game of Thrones – no more heroes or villains?

    Published on 12 April 2019

    As Game of Thrones returns for its final series researchers have been trying to discover the secret behind the highly anticipated show 

  5. Professor Tony Alabastor, Dr Sarah Pickup and Gary Dowell

    Dull? Health and Safety? Turns out the ‘fun police’ are fun after all!

    Published on 12 April 2019

    “I think the facilities are absolutely amazing"

  6. Cillian Murphy

    Peaky Blinders and the glorifying of toxic masculinity

    Published on 12 April 2019

    “My early training in Sunderland taught me to be open-minded"

  7. Mark Stuart Bell (plain shirt) and business partner Glen Colledge of Second Draft

    Multimillion pound investment is picture perfect for University filmmakers

    Published on 11 April 2019

    Changing the face of the region with £270million investment in people and places

  8. Vincent Todd and Joy Dagless of Norfolk Street Arts

    Putting the ‘art’ into the heart of the North East

    Published on 10 April 2019

    “It’s an exciting time. We have PhD students, MA graduates, self-taught, grass-roots’ artists, all here"

  9. Sir David Bell (centre front) and Hong Kong delegation

    Sunderland’s Vice Chancellor in Hong Kong to embrace ‘global student community’

    Published on 09 April 2019

    University Vice Chancellor in international visit as students enjoy success across globe with a UoS degree